Observer's Inn

Address: 3535 Highway 79, Julian, California, 92036, United States | B&B
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        Travel Blogs from Julian

        PCT day 7

        A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Apr 26, 2015


        ... I had a fast pace for 5 miles after leaving, but painfully slowed down when I felt a blister in my left pinky toe flare up. I didn't stop. I eventually felt it pop and drain on its own and the pain subsided. Either way, i slowed down the last 5 miles. I cowboy camped near the spring. Needless to say, i am tired. As I write this, I am enjoying listening to the coyotes howl. Jupiter is shining bright next to the waxing 1/2 ...

        "Annie, Goos doesn't count!"

        A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 20, 2014

        15 photos

        ... the Little Mermaid, Ginny Weasley) -"I'm melting." -Car back: oh no, oh S -Laughing so hard I had to get off my bike -climb climb climb -Apple pie and iced coffee! We're in Julian! -Candy store -Puppies -Hose shower -Talk and catch up with Kim -Dinnah time -Presentation -We gave away our $32,000 in grant money!!!! -BANANAGRAMS! (Annie tries to convince us that Goos is a word, "You know, Goos. Like we eat Goos! Come on, guys!" -Massage train -Fall asleep with a book on my ...

        Full karma cycle

        A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Apr 21, 2014

        7 photos

        ... our camp, she asked the two women camping up by the gate if they had any to lend. Mind you, one of the two ladies had just walked back from the outhouse as Rebecca headed there the first time and she SAW her carrying back tp and put it in her pack. So she was that much more surprised when the ladies told her they had none at all, and maybe she should go back to her camp for tp. First encounter of someone not WANTING to help in any reasonable ...

        Re-entry: Southern California!

        A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Apr 05, 2014

        It was a very long and winding road that brought us into Southern California, running alongside the Mexico border fence for quite a distance, until, after 3 hours of driving from Yuma, we arrived at our Thousand Trails Pio Pico Preserve, near Jamul, California. We've been here a couple of times before, but the last time was so long ago that my Mom was staying with us. This park is ...

        Hi-ho-hi-ho, a-hiking we will go!

        A travel blog entry by alan-hamish on Mar 25, 2013

        1 comment, 19 photos

        ... hot enough. One useful tip for hikers. Always travel with a Chinese cook in the group - when we stopped for lunch Alan produced from his rucksack tortillas, salami, cheese, ham and tomatoes. Antony and I were pretty impressed! It took another two hours to get down again. It may have been a “moderate” hike but for a librarian and office manager of uncertain years it was quite an achievement. ...